From: Dave Bowden <email@example.com> Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 12:23:32 +0000 Fwd Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 20:47:30 -0400 Subject: Re: Get Real >Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 23:36:36 -0500 >From: Amy Hebert <firstname.lastname@example.org> >Subject: Re: Get Real >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <email@example.com> >>Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 18:26:24 +0000 >>From: Dave Bowden <firstname.lastname@example.org> >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <email@example.com> >>Subject: Re: Get Real >>Why would your kid say "Oh, look. An alien"? I hope you have not >>been trying to influence this poor kids mind in any way. >>My kid would have said "Oh, look. A monster or a creature!" >Oh really, Dave? You mean your kids have not seen the movies, >the T-shirts, the pens, pencils, toys, the X-Files and all the >alien-related images bombarding kids these days? Most kids who >see a picture of a bug-eyed critter call them "aliens" these >days not monsters. My children are aged 2 6 and 7 (all girls). They are interested in Barbie, the Disney channel and Zelda (N64) and are not interested in space aliens. Their description of these creatures as 'monsters' is as good as any since none of us know what they are, assuming that they exist at all. >>>Some people see these images, some don't. >>I've seen that before, it's called 'faces in the fire', goes >>back a long way. >That's interesting, Dave, because you have never seen these >photos in person. Thus far, all you have seen are the scanned >images of the photographs yet you feel qualified to make snap >declarations based on so little information. I hope you don't >do this often because you are probably missing a lot. So the creature doesn't show up in scanned images and I have to be looking at the original photo in order to see anything, is this what you're saying? My faces in the fire comment was only in response to you saying that some people can see something in your images and some people can't. >>Give us a list of who you mailed this to, some of us might like >>to follow this up. >I will gladly do so via private E-mail for anyone if you (and >any other recipients) promise not to publish the information >publicly. I do not wish to point out anyone in public because it >is only my opinions based on personal experiences. I would love >for someone to ask these researchers why they never contacted me >or bothered to ask even a few questions. Thank you for >volunteering, Dave! My pleasure, you know my address. I promise not to publish the information. >I'm sorry to hear of your personal tragedy, Dave. However, I >don't think any of us can say one person's experiences outweigh >the experiences of another. Each person is unique. >If I can help ease your burdens in any way, feel free to contact >me via private E-mail and I will listen. Thank you for the kind offer Amy but it's the kind of thing that my family and I have managed to get over on our own. Dave.
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